The Jap India Motoring Group (EIMG), a team of classic and vintage motor vehicle entrepreneurs, organised a vintage motor vehicle show at Lake Club in Kolkata on Sunday, March 7. The Lake Club was gracious ample to host this present for the EIMG Customers. All-around 80 classic motor vehicles had been on screen through the 1-working day event. The EIMG was launched by Shrivardhan Kanoria, a collector and restorer of such cars, in 2020.
The link among EIMG and Lake Club was set up by EIMG secretary Subhajit Kumar. Rajiv Ghosh and Avik Naha, equally classic car or truck collectors and aspect of the EIMG Board, have been also current.
EIMG President Shrivardhan Kanoria handpicked around 80 vintage cars and categorised them into ten classes, influenced by Pebble Seaside and the likes. Amid these classes, there was a Rolls-Royce Course, comprising five immaculate Rolls-Royces on screen.
Also amid the classes have been the Fiat People Club Of Calcutta Vehicles, a subsidiary team of the EIMG. The oldest car in the clearly show and also the star attraction was the 1925 Rolls-Royce Phantom 1, owned by Kanoria. The event was seamlessly curated by EIMG and conceptualised by Kanoria.
“I truly feel privileged to be inducted as a secretary of EIMG, a team which is serious towards preserving the countrywide motoring heritage. Our president is doing work tough for a noble bring about and my involvement in the direction of the exact is humbly taken, with satisfaction. The Lake Club has been quite generous and supportive towards hosting this clearly show for EIMG, and I am deeply thankful to them,” mentioned Subhajit Kumar.
“Such reveals are the get in touch with of the working day when it will come to having fun with this heritage automobile pastime. I experience it as an integral obligation in direction of this motion and therefore place in my time and exertion to organising these situations, through the yr, for the advantage and encouragement of the Heritage Automobile proprietors of Japanese India. For this present, I specially thank Lake Club for supporting our endeavour,” claimed Shrivardhan Kanoria.